After officially turning their backs on Taika Waititi in the aftermath Thor: Love and Thunder, Wonder Fans will have to wait much longer to find out if the filmmaker will deliver on his promise and redeem himself in the eyes of audiences when his next feature film comes out, but the hate train will keep rolling until then.
Elsewhere, Charlie Cox has opened up Daredevil: Reborn before production begins next month, but his comments will leave many fans of Netflix’s nocturnal vigilante less than pleased. That’s just the tip of another mighty MCU iceberg, as the world’s biggest franchise never has time to stand still.
Taika Waititi’s redemption suffers a five-month setback
Somewhere along the line Thor: Ragnarok Director Taika Waititi became Thor: Love and Thunder Director Taika Waititi, with the negativity focused on his second MCU blockbuster, eclipsing the enduring popularity of his first contribution to the long-running superhero saga.
Already promised this sports comedy Next goal wins will be the complete opposite of his bombastic intergalactic adventures, the naysayers were keen to see him return to his Hunt for the Wilderpeople, What we do in the shadowsand Jojo rabbit Realm of unconventional independent cinema. That won’t happen until five months later than expected, however, as his next feature film is pushed back to September 2023 on the calendar – almost four years after filming began.
Charlie Cox confirms every Netflix era daredevil fan’s biggest fear
Look, there wasn’t a chance Disney Plus would create an R-rated series in the MCU, but that didn’t stop OG daredevil Discourage backers from crossing their fingers anyway. Unfortunately, Charlie Cox has admitted that the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen won’t be quite as rough around the edges when it returns to the small screen.
He said it would be darker than your average candy-colored spandex hoopla, but anyone hoping for the bone-crushing brutality that defined its original three-year run might be sorely disappointed.
Daniel Craig fired Doctor Strange 2 Rumors like Balder-Dash
In advance Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of MadnessIt was widely rumored that Daniel Craig would make a surprise appearance as a member of the Illuminati, with the majority of speculation pointing to longtime cult favorite Balder the Brave.
That did not happen and as the knife out Star finally revealed it was never in sight to begin with. That doesn’t mean he won’t make it past the MCU at some point, but his debut wasn’t pulled from the last second due to conflict and complications as previously hinted at.
Darren Aronofsky wants another Chris Hemsworth play, just not in the MCU
Black Swan and Requiem for a Dream Director Darren Aronofsky has flirted with the comic book sphere before, having famously spent years getting an informed and gritty adaptation of Batman: Year One from the soil.
After teaming up with MCU veteran Chris Hemsworth for gripping documentaries Limitlessthe filmmaker is dying to work with the tall Aussie again, but we have a sneaking suspicion that the unique vision Aronofsky brings to his work won’t exactly lead to a call from Kevin Feige.
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https://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/latest-marvel-news-taika-waititis-redemption-will-take-a-little-longer-as-charlie-cox-braces-for-a-watered-down-daredevil/ Taika Waititi’s redemption will take a little longer as Charlie Cox gears up for a watered-down daredevil